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Harpeth Play Day…………Be There (Nov. 12th)


Hoops season is officially underway with practice and the return of the play day. Harpeth High School hosts its annual event this Saturday, November 12th with a host of big time teams and players for everyone to catch a first glimpse.


A list of some of the top performers who should participate this Saturday includes:

Daijon Williams (Clarksville)

Alex Poythress (Northeast)

Mason Ramsey (Livingston Academy)

Logan Ramsey (Livingston Academy)

Tre Polk (Bolivar Central)

DeAndre McKinnie (Bolivar Central)

Desmond Robertson (Bolivar Central)

Drew Standifer (Bearden)

Dequan Wright (Bearden)

Billy Hughes (Hunter's Lane)

JaQuan Lewis (Dickson County)

Daniel Norl (Kenwood)

Jamonte Davis (Hillsboro)

Mason Delatour (Pearl Cohn)

Kenny Robertson (Maplewood)

Jacob Saunders (Cheatham County)

Christian Lynn (Goodpasture)

Jalen Lindsey (CPA)

Craig Bradshaw (CPA)

Jake Allsmiller (CPA)

Braxton Bonds (CPA)

Austin Dole (Harpeth)

Ethan Hurt (Harpeth)


Game schedule is as follows:

Main Gym at Harpeth High School


8:00 Clarksville vs. Harpeth

9:00 Northeast vs. Livingston Academy

10:00 Livingston Academy vs. Bolivar Central

11:00 CPA vs. Bearden

12:00 Northeast vs. Bearden

1:00 Bearden vs. Hunter's Lane

2:00 Dickson County vs. CPA

3:00 Kenwood vs. Hillsboro

4:00 CPA vs. Kenwood


Auxiliary Gym at Harpeth High School


8:00 Pearl Cohn vs. Creek Wood

9:00 Pearl Cohn vs. Goodpasture

10:00 Harpeth vs. Goodpasture

11:00 Maplewood vs. Clarksville

12:00 Cheatham County vs. Pearl Cohn

1:00 Sycamore vs. Maplewood

2:00 Creek Wood vs. Goodpasture

3:00 Cheatham County vs. Sycamore

4:00 Harpeth vs. Hillsboro




Main Gym at Harpeth Middle School


8:00 Cheatham County vs. West Creek

9:00 Clarksville vs. Hunter's Lane

10:00 West Creek vs. Creek Wood

11:00 Northeast vs. Hunter's Lane

12:00 Dickson County vs. Livingston Academy

1:00 Kenwood vs. Bolivar Central

2:00 Hillsboro vs. West Creek

3:00 Maplewood vs. Bolivar Central

4:00 Sycamore vs. Dickson County




Region and Sub-State Scoring List


Compiling the data during the region tournament run and the sub-state action from Monday this edition of the scoring leaders will feature the top scoring performances from the region tournaments around the state and the top 20 scoring performances from the sub-state on Monday night.


College coaches have told me this is one of their favorite features as it helps them get an understanding on the pulse of the new season.


Tanner Johnson (Lipscomb) saved his best for last with some sterling scoring during the region tournament, including 20 against Macon County in the region opener followed by 26 in a big win over East Literature in the semi-finals. Not wishing to stop there the senior guard poured in 24 against CPA in a loss in the region final and was the focus of the Spring Hill defense as they held him to 8 points in the sub-state losing effort.    


Andre Applewhite (Memphis Central) made his presence felt in a big way starting the session with 23 points against Kirby in the region opener then dumping 28 markers on Memphis East in the regional final, he saved his best for last scoring 31 points in the sub-state victory over Craigmont and securing a place in the ‘boro.   


Daniel Cartwright (Sequatchie County) put himself on many coaches must have lists with his efforts the past week starting with 26 points against Smith County in the region opener followed by 21 in a semi-final win over DeKalb County. The senior guard busted through for 28 in the region final loss to Livingston Academy then finished his high school career with 28 in the sub-state loss to Howard.

Matt Smith (Liberty Tech) let history be his guiding force as the Crusaders will represent at another state tournament led by the 6'5 senior who started this journey with 26 points in the region semi-final against Covington followed this up with 20 against Jackson Southside in the region final and distributed 23 in the sub-state victory over Sheffield.  


Garrett Mullinicks (McEwen) gradually got his scoring groove on in the region and sub-state tourneys beginning with 25 points in the semi-finals against Forrest then moving up to 26 in the region title game against MTCS finally closing out with 27 in the sub-state victory over Collinwood.


Mason Ramsey (Livingston Academy) was huge as the "Hog-Eye" makes their annual pilgrimage to Murfreesboro. Ramsey nailed 21 points against Upperman in the Region semis added 21 again in the region final win over Sequatchie County and hit the game winning shot and scored 20 in the sub-state victory over Tyner Academy.  





East Tennessee

Blake Williams (Farragut) 31pts vs. Powell

Jay Cade (Gibbs) 29pts vs. CAK

Brandon Cole (Stone Memorial) 29pts vs. Alcoa

Brandon Walters (Howard) 29pts vs. Tyner Academy

Daniel Cartwright (Sequatchie County) 28pts vs. Livingston Academy

Austin Powell (Grace Baptist) 27pts vs. South Pittsburgh

Alex Fountain (Wartburg Central) 27pts vs. Jellico

Brandon Cole (Stone Memorial) 27pts vs. Austin East

Burton Sampson (Knoxville Webb) 26pts vs. Lausanne

Austin Langley (Wartburg Central) 26pts vs. Greenback

Hunter Chastain (Bradley Central) 26pts vs. Coffee County

Daniel Cartwright (Sequatchie County) 26pts vs. Smith County

Aaron Wheeler (Morristown East) 25pts vs. Tennessee High

Steve Pemberton (Silverdale Academy) 25pts vs. Lookout Valley


Middle Tennessee

Matt Priest (Santa Fe) 37pts vs. Wayne County

Mark Pope (Forrest) 33pts vs. Jo Byrns

Marquel Hickerson (Tullahoma) 31pts vs. Smyrna

Marquel Hickerson (Tullahoma) 31pts vs. LaVergne

Caymon Dial (LaVergne) 29pts vs. Tullahoma

Jamonte Graham (Father Ryan) 28pts vs. CBHS

Jordan Craighead (Smith County) 28pts vs. Sequatchie County

Sonni Young (DeKalb County) 27pts vs. Sequatchie County

Tanner Johnson (Lipscomb) 26pts vs. East Literature

Craig Bradshaw (CPA) 26pts vs. Lipscomb

Garrett Mullinicks (McEwen) 26pts vs. MTCS

Micah Farmer (MTCS) 25pts vs. East Hamilton

Garrett Mulliicks (McEwen) 25pts vs. Forrest

Derrick Spears (MTCS) 25pts vs. White House-Heritage


West Tennessee

Dominique Tolbert (Oakhaven) 36pts vs. Manassas

Robert Hubbs (Dyer County) 30pts vs. Arlington

Austin Nichols (Braircrest) 30pts vs. Baylor

Ramiel Pollard (McNairy Central) 29pts vs. Covington

Cameron Golden (Ridgeway) 28pts vs. White Station

Andre Applewhite (Memphis Central) 28pts vs. Memphis East

Anthlon Bell (Bartlett) 28pts vs. Brighton

Marquarius Boddie (Bartlett) 28pts vs. Brighton

Matt Smith (Liberty Tech) 26pts vs. Covington

Heath Crouse (Greenfield) 26pts vs. Clarksburg

Rayford Albright (Manassas) 26pts vs. Oakhaven

Jonathan Starks (Brighton) 25pts vs. Bartlett



Sub-State Scoring:

Marquarious Boddie (Bartlett) 39pts vs. Memphis East

Jervon Johnson (Ooltewah) 31pts vs. LaVergne

Andre Applewhite (Memphis Central) 31pts vs. Craigmont

Cody McClain (Hampton) 30pts vs. Wartburg Central

Martavious Newby (BTW) 29pts vs. Humboldt

Daniel Cartwright (Sequatchie County) 28pts vs. Howard

Billy Hughes (Hunter's Lane) 28pts vs. Clarksville

Jaquize Harmon (Sheffield) 28pts vs. Liberty Tech

Garrett Mullinicks (McEwen) 27pts vs. Collinwood

Brock McCoin (Livingston Academy) 26pts vs. Tyner Academy

Montrae Williams (Spring Hill) 26pts vs. Lipscomb

Cole West (Oneida) 25pts vs. Cloudland

Trevor Shelton (Unicoi County) 25pts vs. Stone Memorial

Craig Bradshaw (CPA) 25pts vs. Giles County

T.J. Kimble (Maryville) 24pts vs. Science Hill

Cory Nelson (Grace Baptist) 24pts vs. Clarkrange

Gabe Dando (Alcoa) 23pts vs. Sullivan East

Matt Smith (Liberty Tech) 23pts vs. Sheffield

Stephen Record (Grace Baptist) 22pts vs. Clarkrange

Earvin Morris (Memphis East) 22pts vs. Bartlett

Week #3 State Scoring Leaders


Once again I have scoured the newspapers, faxes, face books and other forms of media that come to my attention compiling a list of the top scorers in the state for each week of the season.

If you know of some scoring exploits or a scoring milestone such as 1,000 point club or something of that nature please email me at andre@tnprephoops.com and I will get this added to the next week's story. 

College coaches have told me this is one of their favorite features as it helps them get an understanding on the pulse of the new season.

Austin Mullinax (Waverly Central) recently eclipsed the 1,000 point barrier for his career and is helping lead the Tigers to a quick start under new coach Less Trotter. Mullinax was at his best last week including a sic 29 point performance against Obion County.     

Zamarlus Griffin (BTW) has picked up the slack in a major way for the Warriors of BTW. A state tournament squad last season saw the departures of Martavious Newby to the SEC and rising sophomore sensation Khalil Spencer to Mitchell. Griffin has filled the scoring void nicely including a triumvirate of points this past week including 33 against Power Center Academy, 30 against Westwood and 25 against KIPP.     

Andre Wilson (Austin East) is one of the best players in East Tennessee. His 30 point effort against district rival Carter will certainly attest to that.

Jacob Williams (Wilson Central) is truly a hidden gem. The rising junior combo guard busted out for 33 markers against Beech and continues to climb in the eyes of coaches everywhere.  

Jeremy Hemphill (Memphis Central) has embraced the role of scoring guard for the Warriors of Memphis Central this season. Hemphill went to work last week scoring 32 points against Manassas and adding a cool 26 against Douglass.

Ganda Ameri (Smyrna) has been a nice surprise in the Mid-state area. The inside scoring force dropped 25 in a game against Shelbyville last week and for good measure added an additional 23 against Tullahoma.  

Skal Labiessiere (ECS) is simply one of the best players in the Class of 2015, not only in the state but certainly on the national level as well. The 6'10 rising sophomore has a sweet time scoring 33 points in a victory over USJ and adding 31 extra against Bartlett to close out the week.



East Tennessee

Xavier Howard (Harriman) 34pts vs. Grace Christian

Andre Wilson (Austin East) 30pts vs. Carter

Cole West (Oneida) 30pts vs. Oliver Springs

Zak Carter (Hardin Valley) 28pts vs. Karns

Devin Sibley (Karns) 27pts vs. Oak Ridge

Tristan Noe (Claiborne) 27pts vs. Cumberland Gap

Jaylin Henderson (Oak Ridge) 26pts vs. Powell

Cody Knox (East Hamilton) 26pts vs. Hixson

Hayden Webb (Loudon) 25pts vs. Sequoyah

Demarcus Martin (Farragut) 25pts vs. William Blount

Stetson Moore (Knoxville Halls) 25pts vs. Clinton


Middle Tennessee

Jacob Williams (Wilson Central) 33pts vs. Beech

David Capps (MTCS) 32pts vs. Forrest

Khan Hosey (Antioch) 31pts vs. McGavock

Mason Ramsey (Livingston Academy) 30pts vs. Stone Memorial

Seth Satterfield (Huntland) 30pts vs. Moore County

Austin Gee (Ezell-Harding) 30pts vs. Davidson Academy

Derrick Spears (MTCS) 29pts vs. Webb School

Matt Pond (Centennial) 29pts vs. Columbia Central

Austin Mullinax (Waverly Central) 29pts vs. Obion County

Andy Schumpert (Brentwood) 29pts vs. Ensworth

Corn Elder (Ensworth) 28pts vs. Brentwood

Michael Morgan (Creek Wood) 28pts vs. Montgomery Central

Christian Lynn (Goodpasture) 27pts vs. Aaron Academy

C.J. McEwen (McGavock) 27pts vs. Antioch

Tony Sparkman (Spring Hill) 27pts vs. Page

Alex Tinsley (St. Andrews-Sewanee) 27pts vs. Richard Hardy

Andrew Fleming (Ensworth) 26pts vs. Hillsboro

Lance Crismond (Coffee County) 26pts vs. Lincoln County

Marquel Hickerson (Tullahoma) 26pts vs. Smyrna

Liam Nash (USN) 25pts vs. Zion Christian

Michael Battle (Pearl Cohn) 25pts vs. Harpeth

Ganda Ameri (Smyrna) 25pts vs. Shelbyville

James Keith (Fayetteville) 25pts vs. Cascade


West Tennessee

Demetrius Dyson (Covington) 35pts vs. Ripley

Skal Labiessiere (ECS) 33pts vs. USJ

Tadarious Neely (Trezevant) 33pts vs. Bolton

Paul Ulderich (Bruceton) 33pts vs. Carroll Academy

Hunter Lowe (McKenzie) 32pts vs. Dresden

Jerrious Sain (Bolivar Central) 32pts vs. Jackson Southside

Jeremy Hemphill (Memphis Central) 32pts vs. Manassas

Zamarlus Griffin (BTW) 32pts vs. Power Center Academy

Skal Labiessiere (ECS) 31pts vs. Bartlett

Fatodd Lewis (Raleigh-Egypt) 30pts vs. Craigmont

Jajuan Johnson (Southwind) 30pts vs. Houston

Zamarlus Griffin (BTW) 30pts vs. Westwood

Tyler Gadlen (Peabody) 30pts vs. Lake County

Tad Hayes (Clarksburg) 30pts vs. Huntingdon

Keelon Lawson (Hamilton) 30pts vs. Douglass

Jonathan Starks (Munford) 29pts vs. Brighton

Demetrius Dyson (Covington) 28pts vs. Westview

Tyrone Wooten (Trezevant) 26pts vs. Brighton

Austin Nichols (Briarcrest Christian) 26pts vs. White Station

Keith Collins (Houston) 26pts vs. Wooddale

Jeremy Hemphill (Memphis Central) 26pts vs. Douglass

Carlos Hurt (Fayette-Ware) 25pts vs. Chester County

C.J. Anderson (Whitehaven) 25pts vs. Mitchell

A.J. Merriweather (Jackson Southside) 25pts vs. Bolivar Central

C.J. Barnes (McNairy Central) 25pts vs. Fayette-Ware

Zamarlus Griffin (BTW) 25pts vs. KIPP

Josh Bougher (CBHS) 25pts vs. Germantown

16’s and 15’s….Observations and Notes from the Bob Gibbons TOC

The Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions proved to be an outstanding venue for some of the best 16 and 15 and under teams in the state to showcase their wares in front of coaches and media folks alike.


NASHVILLE CELTICS 16's (3-2, Gold Bracket)


In the 16 and under division the Nashville Celtics got off to a strong start winning their first three games over the likes of the Atlanta Select Classic, Charlotte Nets and finally the Florida Elite.


Kyler Douglas (Haywood) was consistent throughout the event and finished as one of the top scorers in the age bracket with his 14.8 points per game average. Jalen Duke (MLK) also turned some heads finishing with a double digit average at 10.8 and providing toughness and consistency for the Celtics and their run into the Gold Bracket.


On to the Gold Bracket, the Celtics fell to Hoop Dream before closing the event with a tough loss to the Smyrna Stars Gold. The defeats put their tourney mark at 3-2.


James McPherson (Brentwood) was once again steady for the Celtics while Justin Jenkins (Knoxville Webb) and Will Shelton (Hardin County) continue to be consistent performers. Bryce Hopkins (Ensworth) continues to show marked improvement on the interior, looking for a big July from this young man.



TEAM NASHVILLE 16's (2-2, Silver Bracket)


Kyle Oliver (Oakland) set the tone for Team Nashville as they got off to a roaring start with wins over Charlotte Reign and the North Carolina Red Storm. Moving on to the Silver bracket they found the going a bit tougher as they fell to the powerful Atlanta Express and Team Wade.


Oliver was a consistent force finishing among the scoring leaders at 10 point per game. Kudos to Grant Teichmann (Brentwood), Kevonte Davis (Hillsboro), Jordan Sandifer (Pearl Cohn) and Christian Smith (Sycamore) for their accomplishments over the weekend here in Georgia.



CHATTANOOGA ELITE 16's (2-2, Bronze Bracket)


The Chattanooga Elite rode the shoulders of Tracy Thompson (East Hamilton), who finished among the final scoring leaders in his age group at 11 points per game. The Elite started well with a 71-50 triumph over the North Georgia Elite and followed up with a big win over the Queen City Thunder. A loss to the Florida Tarheels, who advanced to the title game, moved the Elite to the Bronze bracket where they fell to Team Takeover.


Lauded for their contributions over the weekend, Kealey Green (Notre Dame), Daaron Maston (Ooltewah) and Da'V Moore (Brainerd) led the Elite to their 2-2 final mark.



TENNESSEE CHOSEN FEW 16's (2-1, Copper Bracket)


Another solid weekend for the boys from East Tennessee, the Tennessee Chosen Few made some noise at the Bob Gibbons TOC finishing with a 2-1 record in the Bronze Division. The TCF started off with a loss to A-Plus but rebounded nicely with wins over the Atlanta Select Silver and Enterprise Elite.


Brady Nease (Union County) had himself another fine tournament finishing among the scoring leaders at 10 points per game. TCF also received solid work all weekend from the likes of Jordan Bowden (Carter), Joc Bruce (South Doyle), Nathaniel Collins (Bledsoe County), Yosmond Fenderson (Knoxville West) and Kordell Henderson (White County).





TEAM NASHVILLE 15's (2-2, Gold Bracket)


Bursting out of the box, Team Nashville bested the Chattanooga Elite and the Atlanta Express setting up their visit to the Gold bracket of the 15 and under division at the Bob Gibbons TOC. Jordan Bone (Ensworth) got high marks for his scoring exploits to the tune of 11.2 per contest. Yalen Reed (Lebanon) had a nice tourney finishing among the scoring leaders at 10 per contest and holding his own on the inside with his overt athleticism.


Clayton Hughes (USJ), Nick Hopkins (Fayetteville), Ross Plunkett (Creek Wood) and Case Bouldin (Ravenwood) all had nice moments during the event.


Team Felton proved to be a bit much for Team Nashville in Gold bracket action and a tough loss to the Northern Kings (52-50) closed out a very successful weekend for the boys from the Music City.



NASHVILLE CELTICS 15's (3-1, Gold Bracket)


The Celtics continue to a very viable player in the 15 and under ranks around the country with another solid showing at a major event. Big wins over Triple Threat Elite and the Birmingham Ice set up a showdown with eventual runner-up the Tampa Bay Ambassadors.


A loss to the Ambassadors set up a big 66-63 victory over a very good Tampa Heat team and the Celtics closed the books on a 3-1 tourney finish.


Thomas Booker (East Nashville) continues to be a shining light with his 12.5 per game average and timely scoring. Caleb Hollander (Home School) gives hope as he made things happen and finished among the scoring leaders at 11.5 per contest.


Big ups to Kenny Cooper (FRA), who continues to learn the lead guard spot. The active youngster is heady, plays defense and is learning to think the game much better. That short elbow bank shot is gold, remember that.


Javaughn Craig (McCallie) is coming along nicely from his injury and he has proven to be a productive scoring option in his time on the floor. Once healthy he gives the Celtics a very nice scoring threat from anywhere on the floor.


Ross Cummings (Creek Wood), Gabe Cummings (Creek Wood) and Jamal Johnson (Alabama) all gave solid contributions throughout the weekend.





Drew Kelly Drops 67… Week #5 Scoring Up Ahead

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What can we say, Drew Kelly (Centennial) loves it in Kentucky.

Last week the Miami of Ohio signee scored 45 points against Madisonville North Hopkins and this week at the King of the Bluegrass the senior broke the tourney record in an overtime loss to Dorsey High of California dropping 67 including 65 in regulation.

This total surpasses the 58 put up by scoring phenom John Jenkins (Station Camp) a couple of weeks ago.

Middle Tennessee was rich in scoring outbursts this past week as Emmanuel Andrews (Shelbyville) and Judah Akers (Cookeville) both had wonderful scoring weeks.

Andrews dropped 28 against Clarksville on Saturday after scoring 36 against Northeast earlier in the week. Akers went off with 36 against Lebanon, 32 against Collierville and 33 against Livingston Academy, all at the MidSouth Classic.

Week #5 is as follows:

Chase Dunn (Livingston Academy) 34pts vs. Cookeville

Cody Sandlin (Davidson Academy) 25pts vs. SBEC

Anthony Martin (Smyrna) 25pts vs. Moore County

Harold Jenkins (Antioch) 29pts vs. Lincoln County

C.J. Vaden (Gordonsville) 26pts vs. Trousdale County

Jared Wilson (Eagleville) 26pts vs. MTCS

Ross Albright (White House-Heritage) 27pts vs. Cornersville

Hunter Osborne (Marshall County) 25pts vs. Hickman County

Garrett Stiles (Cornersville) 28pts vs. White House-Heritage

Tyler Thompson (Collinwood) 33pts vs. Summertown

Kyle Teichmann (Brentwood) 28pts vs. NCC

Meiko Lyles (USN) 27pts vs. Bishop Byrne

Wes Long (Summertown) 37pts vs. Collinwood

Ricky Coleman (USN) 28pts vs. Bishop Byrne

Matthew Harper (McMinn Central) 27pts vs. Ooltewah

Ian Clark (Germantown) 28pts vs. ECS

Reginald Buckner (Manassas) 25pts vs. Hamilton

Cody Connell (Daniel Boone) 25pts vs. Elizabethton

Houston Heatherly (Franklin County) 28pts vs. South Pittsburg

Jacob Carcuff (Cascade) 27pts vs. Forrest

John Jenkins (Station Camp) 33pts vs. Upperman

Chase Dunn (Livingston Academy) 25pts vs. DeKalb County

Tyler Thompson (Collinwood) 25pts vs. Hampshire

Ross Albright (White House-Heritage) 30pts vs. Merroll Hyde

Brandon Tuttle (Macon County) 29pts vs. Westmoreland

Jared Robinson (Jackson County) 30pts vs. Red Boiling Springs

Teraes Clemmons (Mt. Juliet) 26pts vs. Lebanon

David Sweet (Claiborne) 28pts vs. Gibbs

Jalen Steele (Fulton) 27pts vs. Knoxville West

Caleb Bunch (Wartburg Central) 25pts vs. Harriman

Skyler McBee (Grainger) 31pts vs. Pigeon Forge

Cody Baker (South Doyle) 25pts vs. Maryville

Skyler McBee (Grainger) 29pts vs. Harlen (Ky.)

Tyler Stidmore (Meigs County) 26pts vs. Polk County

Cole Tucker (Whitwell) 32pts vs. Sale Creek

Ian Clark (Germantown) 28pts vs. Kirby

Jarekious Bradley (Memphis East) 33pts vs. Treadwell

Cody Walker (Sale Creek) 32pts vs. Whitwell

Larry McGaughey (BTW) 31pts vs. Sheffield

Josh Odom (Science Hill) 32pts vs. Volunteer

Austin Hollins (Germantown) 25pts vs. Kirby

Taylor Kiser (Stone Memorial) 29pts vs. York Institute

Josh Odom (Science Hill) 26pts vs. Sullivan South

Brandon Wright (Hillcrest) 26pts vs. Frayser

Melvin Morgan (Bolton) 31pts vs. Kingsbury

David Ware (Walker Valley) 25pts vs. Sweetwater

Zane Gibson (Baylor) 25pts vs. Grace Baptist

Ian Clark (Germantown) 30pts vs. Bartlett

Larry McGaughey (BTW) 31pts vs. Oakhaven

Anthony Jones (Raleigh-Egypt) 25pts vs. Kirby

Gary Pope (Ensworth) 29pts vs. White House

Jared Robinson (Jackson County) 28pts vs. Lebanon

Chance Jones (Austin East) 30pts vs. Carter

Austin Gardner (Morristown East) 28pts vs. Morristown West

Blake Cardin (Independence) 25pts vs. Temple

Terrence Durham (Craigmont) 25pts vs. White Station

Cameron Pridemore (Grace Christian) 29pts vs. Jefferson County

LeMelvis Davis (Hillcrest) 25pts vs. Munford

Gary Pope (Ensworth) 26pts vs. Columbia Central

Xavier Smith (Lebanon) 25pts vs. Cookeville

Andre Hollins (White Station) 25pts vs. Craigmont